A UEA graduate has been at the centre of a debate about the nature of literary criticism, after publishing her debut novel Ponti. Sharlene Teo’s Ponti was released in the UK on Thursday 19 April, after its manuscript had won...
Norwich and Nottingham, two of only four cities in the UK to have been awarded the prestigious status of being UNESCO Cities of Literature, are joining up to host the Global Cities of Literature gathering in 2019. After a successful...
A report by the National Union of Students (NUS) has found a clear link between class and poverty in tertiary education, leading the union to call on the government to create a minimum living income for students as part...
Average Student Support Service waiting times have been reduced to just seven days, with the waiting list for students seeking counselling reaching zero. This follows reports from Concrete earlier this year that average waiting times for counselling hit 41...
On Friday 18 May, UEA's Literature Society will be teaming up with Baking Society and UEA Societea to raise funds for the Hamlet, a Norwich based charity for people with disabilities. The societies will be hosting an Alice in Wonderland...
UEA's Commercial Awareness (CA) Society have been shortlisted for the Best Society Event of the year for their Commercial Awareness Competition at this year's National Societies Awards. Hosted by Cardiff Universities Students' Union this year the award ceremony is due...